In today's Blank Stare News.... According to Christian Post. Bishop Bobby Davis died in front of his congregation Sunday after his family reportedly publicly confronted him about a past act of infidelity that his wife of 50 years, Christine, pushed him to confess.

Here is how it all went down :

According to congregant Judy Stovall, who spoke to the Christian Post after the church service, Davis and his family asked the congregants to remain because he needed to confess something in his life that had taken place a while ago. ”He wanted to come clean with all of us. He wanted to ask our forgiveness,” Stovall told the news outlet.

During Davis’ alleged infidelity confession, his own children, who apparently did not know about their dad’s transgression, reportedly reacted violently toward him. According to an unnamed source who spoke to the Christian Post, ”Apparently, it was his family members who reacted out in anger, from what I understand. It was not the congregation,” the source noted. ”It got physical. One of the sons attacked him. I was told one of the daughters poured water on him. It was like something out of — not even like the Old Testament — but a bad reality TV show,” said the source. “My heart is so devastated because it could have been handled in a private manner.”

Meanwhile the congregants, on the other hand, were shouting sympathetic phrases of forgiveness to the pastor who appeared overwhelmed by the outpouring of love from his church-goers, according to Stovall. ”We were shouting, `We forgive you; we love you,’ but the stress of all of it — he had a heart attack,” Stovall told the newspaper. After Davis unexpectedly passed out, Stovall said,”I held his head as he lay on the floor…. Our congregation is hurting now.”

So the pastor gives his confession his family beats him down and throws "Holy Water" on him. Causing the elderly man to have a heart attack and die ! All of this happened in front of witnesses aka the congregation. This sounds like something that would happen at a mental ward. R.I.P. to Pastor Davis this is terrible.

Sylvia Jones, a former parishioner touched by that love, remembered Bishop Davis in a heartfelt post on Facebook Tuesday.